Building technologies, including spray foam insulation, from Dow, the Official Chemistry Company of the Olympic Games, have been incorporated into the PyeongChang Olympic Plaza, International Broadcast Centre and Sliding Centre. read more
Dow Polyurethanes announced the opening of a new Polyurethanes Service Center in Romania, equipped with the technical and commercial capabilities to serve the needs of customers from that region.
The Dow Chemical Company is committed to delivering high-performing, customized integral skin foam systems that may lower GWP by up to 99.9 percent while sustaining the comfort level and durability of previous polyurethane systems. read more
As a leader in innovation to address global challenges, Dow’s products will play an instrumental role in assisting the overall goal of bridging green technology implementation and affordability in China. read more
n addition to providing scientific solutions to improve the Games, as the Official Carbon Partner of the Rio 2016 Organizing Committee Dow is working to mitigate the carbon footprint across major sectors of the Brazilian economy. read more
Dow Polyurethanes, a business unit of The Dow Chemical Company, provides a wide range of blowing agent capabilities compliant with the Significant New Alternatives Policy (SNAP), to deliver customizable energy-efficient solutions to the North American market. read more
The balls utilized on the Olympic hockey competition rely on a tailor made micro-foamed polyurethane (PU) core developed with Dow polyols. The PU core uniquely provides higher-performance and more consistency than hockey balls made with traditional vulcanised cork and rubber cores or solid polymer cores. read more
When formulated and processed properly, systems with VORASURF™ 504 can achieve higher foam yield and higher compressive strength than with other types of surfactants; this leads to cost savings for builders, savings for home/building owners and a more sustainable world. read more